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Members of the Bokensdorfer Golf Club become tree donors

04/11/2023, 16:27

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More trees are to be planted on the golf course in Bokensdorf.

More trees are to be planted on the golf course in Bokensdorf.

Photo: Archive / Daniela König / BZV

The golf course is to be adapted to the challenges of climate change – for example with drought-resistant grass and more trees.

The general meeting of Wolfsburg Golf Club took place in the private hotel Alte Mühle in Weyhausen. The President Christof Spathelf welcomed a total of 106 voting members. With currently 983 members, the membership development at the Golfclub Wolfsburg remains constant, in the 2022 financial year 84 new golfers golf found, according to a press release from the golf club. The Executive Board team presented the members with the key points of the past and current year.

Cooperation with golf school runs until the end of 2023

This included the realignment of the gastronomy, the extensive administrative work including the implementation of digitization, the development and structure of members, sports operations and intensive youth work. The successful cooperation with Golf school Perelzweig/Bouda was extended until the end of 2024 and with the commissioning of a modern indoor golf course expanded. The entire golf course will continue to be continuously upgraded and, above all, adapted to the challenges of climate change. Here the golf club relies on drought-resistant types of grass and planting more trees to reduce wind drying out. As the golf club reports, numerous members have already registered as tree donors to finance the reforestation. The minimizing water consumption and distinct resource conservation energy sources were other important topics at the general meeting.

6-hole short course is also open to guests

The public 6 hole short course will be redesigned in autumn and is also open to golf beginners and guests.

In the board elections Holger Lueddecke to Vice President and Frank Schirmer unanimously re-elected to the Chief Financial Officer. The elections for the club advisory board were also held regularly. Wolfgang Laufer, Klaus Fuchs, Dietrich Paul, Wolfgang Klöcker, Ruth Fitz and Jennifer Georg stood for re-election from the previous Club Advisory Board members and were also unanimously re-elected. Stefan Arste as cash auditor resigns. Susanne Gerhardt replaces him.

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